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in santa rosa tonight. at that funeral mass and here at this growing memorial for 13-year-old andy lopez. there is sandness, anger, and there is also fear. hundreds of tearful mourners watched silently as 13-year-old andy lopez's friends and family place his body back in a hearse. his emotional parents holding on, not wanting to say goodbye after his funeral mass. >> the mother was laying on the coffin. her heart was, you know, full of grief. >> reporter: for many, it was overwhelming, as loved ones remembered a teenage boy who friends say was quick to smile and played the trumpet at school. a 13-year-old boy killed by a sheriff's deputy one week ago. the deputy thought his replica toy rifle was a real ak-47. >> this is a big loss. >> reporter: pedro says the death has shaken the community in santa rosa. >> i have three kids, too. and i don't want that to happen with my kids. >> reporter: holding her 3-year-old daughter, kayla says she is heart broken. >> he was only 13, and now his parents have to offer. >> reporter: they say they came to the service to pay their respects, and also to d
rosa demanding justice q meantime, we're learning more about what happened right before a deputy opened fire nbc bay area cheryl hurd is live in santa rosa with the latest for us. >> well, right now people are starting to galther in this parking lot. they are coming by the car load and they're preparing to march through the streets of santa rosa. they're heading to old courthouse square in the downtown area and as they prepare to make their journey, police are now giving us a better understanding of what happened last week when 13-year-old andy lopez was shot and killed by a deputy sheriff. lopez was carrying what appeared to be an ak-47 assault rifle that looked very much like the real thing. it was a replica. the deputy telling investigators he and the deputy he was training at the time spotted lopez walking through a field holding the fake rifle. now, there are questions over whether those deputies identified themselves as police as they told lopez to drop the replica gun and if the trainees who was driving the car at the time, had time to get out of the squad car before shots were f
. >> reporter: protesters marched through the streets of santa rosa meeting up with more demonstrators at santa rosa jr. college. now more than 1,000 people strong, the group demanded justice for andy and his family. >> not only did they let him reach his potential. they didn't let him turn around and say what was going on before they fired at eight times at him hitting him seven times. >> reporter: she marched with her 13-year-old son who was friends with the middle schooler. >> i'm worried thinking that could happen to him, the same thing that could happen to andy. that's what worries me like every day when i wake up. i worry when he goes to school. >> reporter: the demonstrators moved to the sheriff's department where they came face to face with deputies in riot gear. they hope to send a message. they want answers and will not stay quiet until they get them. >> i'm going to be out here fighting for change and praying to god it never happens to anyone again. >> sometimes the kid doesn't have a weapon. he wasn't threatening in any way. he may have made a turn in response to the statement. a st
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at resurrection parish church in santa rosa brought the 13-year-old body's inside while a silent crowd watched. hundreds of people from all over the bay area are here. many came from an earlier protest demanding justice for protest. angry a sonoma county sheriffs deputy shot the teen because he had a toy rifle. people who know the lopez family says it's a relief to see so much support. >> this is very powerful. this is something beyond what i thought was going to happen. what i thought to be just as a community begging for justice. which i think is very supportive and especially to andy's mom. i think she does need the support. >> reporter: now, tonight, there will be prayer and calls for justice for the teen. i can hear singing inside. our cameras are not allowed inside, but i can tell you this church is full. it's standing room only. as hundreds of people are here to say good-bye to 13-year-old andy lopez. reporting live in santa rosa, jean elle, nbc bay area news. >> jean, thank you. >>> as for the protesters now, there were more than 1,000 and many of them teenagers. jodi hernandez continu
is off to the south tonight. back behind it, talk about a major chill. santa rosa 65 for today. san francisco 57. with that cold air in place and a few areas of clearing already beginning right now, a frost advisory has been issued up in the north bay. isolated 30s here tonight. especially in the hills around napa. that's where you definitely want to make sure you protect those plants and as you get up yourself, wear those layers. it helps trap a little bit of heat next to your body and will make those 30s feel a little bit more bearable to you. you will notice that 5:00 a.m. it is going to be chilly here. widespre widespread 40s expected in the morning hour. live sky camera network right now does look like this. you can see it is mainly clear. north bay, the frost advisory tonight with isolated 30s. we are finished with that rainfall overall. let's get a look and pinpoint some of the coldest. 37 in santa rosa. for the east bay, not quite as bad. going to be a little bit slower to get rid of that cloud cover. 46 in the alameda valley. 51 in san francisco. daytime highs will rebound
live . >>> tonight hundreds of people marched in the streets of santa rosa chanting andy. they want justice for the victim andy who was killed by a sheriff's deputy. it's been one week now since the sheriff's deputy mistook that boy's pellet gun for an ak-47. they hope to make a change. >>> we have new details involving this investigation. we're learning that the deputy who fired the shot says he cannot remember if he identified himself before opening fire. eyewitness reports and dispatch records show that only about ten seconds transpired between the deputy confronting the teenager and the shooting. >>> a man is still missing tonight after that chaotic closing of a care facility. the sheriff says that the 65 year old walked away on friday, just one day after the valley springs manor was shut down. we have photos of family members picking up belongings. he was shocked and appalled to see his parents living in such conditions. the janitor told us he did his best to care for the seniors. he was just hired, though, two weeks earlier and was not a caregiver. >> all these people never go
lopez in santa rosa. >>> a drunk driver hit and killed a cal trans worker earlier this morning. it happened near scott creek road. cal trans crews were picking up cones when a car veered into a closed lane and hit two workers. one worker was pinned against his work truck and was pronounced dead on the scene. his father spoke to nbc bay area this morning. >> we'll do some counseling and just try to stick all together. try not to do -- some negative things. they don't pay off. just ask god to help us through this. >> obviously a difficult time. the second worker has minor injuries. the driver was arrested for drunk driving. >>> bart workers hit the ballot box today to finalize their new contract. it is expected to be approved. workers showed up throughout the day to vote on the proposal. the new contract would give them a 12.5% raise over the next few years. in walnut creek today, a group of angry bart riders turned in 20,000 signatures called for a statewide ban on transit strikes. >> we certainly would like the unions and management to work it around the bargaining table, but i
. 60 in oakland right now. 56 in santa rosa as the northwest winds mixing in some warmer and drier air down toward sea level. winds now around santa rosa. that's the hint of things to come. as we look at the wind advisory now in affect for all hill top locations around 1,000 feet. between now and sunrise, you see these areas in orange near san jose and around the east bay hills, wind gusts close to 30 miles per hour at times, maybe up to 45 miles per hour around daybreak tomorrow morning and staying breezy throughout the day on sunday. lows into the 50s and first tonight. we're talking patchy frost in the forecast. we'll show you chilly changes ahead in your seven-day forecast in a minute. >> b.a.r.t. workerses have approved a temporary contract deal that not only ends last month's strike but should mean no more strikes for several years b.a.r.t. officials announced today they reaped agreement with the transit union local. last night they reached ingredient with sciu workers. ip proved safety conditions for b.a.r.t. workers and requires workers to pay na their pensions for the first ti
-like events across the bay area. another round of wind starting to show up in santa rosa and fairfield. notice what happens at 1:00. napa, fairfield, san francisco. winds sustained out of the north at close to 20 miles an hour. some gusts approaching 35. and windy conditions heading into tomorrow night. the other thing you're going to notice as we step outside the wind protected valleys already in the 30s right now. look at that. napa, 39 degrees. the dew point temperature, or the air temperature that the air will try to cool towards by sunrise, if you don't have wind, is now dry enough to support patchy frast frost in parts of the north bay valley. we're already seeing that. patchy frost. we could get wind gusts approaching 35 miles an hour during the day tomorrow. we'll talk more about windy changes to the forecast. and a real good chance now for rain in the seven-day forecast. we'll that for you coming up. back to you. >> we are learning new details about two burglaries in walnut creek that we first reported last night. police told us they believe the two crimes were committed by the same p
for a civil rights investigation. >> reporter: that's right, jessica. we're live in santa rosa, where people are gathering for a special day of the dead observance. among those being remembered, 13-year-old andy lopez who was shot and killed by a sheriffs deputy. i'll have an update on big legal developments in the case coming up. >>> and going beyond the politics of pot. coming up, we investigate a common practice by marijuana growers wreaking havoc on wildlife and on our environment. >>> the family of the 13-year-old boy shot and killed by a sheriffs deputy has filed legal claims against the sonoma county board of supervisors. the move is seen as a precursor to a lawsuit. at the same time, there's a new push to get the u.s. commission on civil rights involved to investigate claims that the boy's death points to a larger problem within the county. nbc bay area's monty francis joins us in santa rosa with the details tonight. >> reporter: raj, good evening. the family filed three claims against the county. one on behalf of the boy's mothers. another on behalf of the boy's father. a third on b
-year-old andy lopez in sanity why rosa. this rally comes after hundreds of people attended a funeral mass last night for him. for many the grief was semplly overwhelming as friends and family placed the boy's casket in the back of a hearse. he was shot and killed by a son olympic wra county sheriff's deputy just last week. the deputy, he thought lopez's replica rifle was a real ak-47. parents, they say shooting -- this shooting sent a wave of sadness and fear throughout the community in santa rosa. >> i've had -- i don't want that to happen with my kids. >> i don't want my daughter to have to grow up with this happening to her in the future and to her friends. i don't want this to happen. basically to change in our community. >> the mourners say they are standing with the lopez family demanding justice for a shooting they say should have never happened. the fda also involved in this one, now conducting an independent investigation into the shooting. >>> a private funeral service will be held this afternoon for the menlo park couple killed by a suspected drunk driver. police say the c
. the deputy shot lopez seven times in santa rosa last tuesday. he says he thought the replica ak-47 lopez was carrying was real. >>> happening right now, bart workers are voting to confirm the tentative agreement they made to end last week's strike. the workers agree with the contract changes last tuesday after a four-day strike. the details=/% of this contract were not released, but some of them were actually leaked. workers will have to pay a little more for health insurance and contribute toward pensions. the two sides also agreed to a series of safety improvements. the results of the vote will be released tonight. >>> a follow-up to a story we have been reporting all weeklong. the southern california factory that makes a popular sriracha sauce won't have to rule production. a judge ruled he didn't have enough time to review the case and refused to order a halt. the city@ of irwindale which is close to los angeles sued the company saying the hot sauce maker stinks up the city and the peppery smell even burns their eyes and throat. people who live there. the judge scheduled a hearing fo
. 37 in santa rosa. not as bad in san jose. expecting 48 degrees. take a look at our temperatures. 9:00 and 10:00 tomorrow morning, widespread mid 50s across the bay. let's advance this into the noon hour. also 1:00 p.m. we're not doing too much better. widespread 50s. stay in the forecast. that's why you need to keep that jacket handy because with this cold air continually filtering across california, we do have at least two more days of these chillier temperatures, then gradual warming into halloween. we'll have the full seven-day forecast coming up. >> okay. thanks so much, jeff. >>> facebook can sell all your information, but what about the future? the clues the site could be holding about the future of your love life. >>> and another bay area city tries to watch your waistline. the proposed soda tax and how much it could take out of your wallet. we're back in a moment. >>> the secret is out. c-net reports this four-story structure off treasure island is google's floating data center which has been kept top secret until now. the building would be powered and cooled by ocean water
the metrodome in minneapolis. ñ?Ñ?Ñ?Ñ?Ñ?Ñ bay area news. >>> jay, thank you. in santa rosa hundreds of people turned out to pay their respects to the 13-year-old boy shot to death by a sheriff's deputy this week. the public viewing for andy lopez began at 2:00 this afternoon in a private mortuary in windsor and is scheduled to end at 9:00. he was carrying a replica gun that shoots well lets but was designed to look like an ak-47 assault rifle. sparked protesting and marches. tonight, anger runs high. >> the sheriffs take advantage of their jobs. and he didn't need to die and a lot of people are angry about it, too, they know andy wouldn't have -- >> police say lopez did not follow orders to drop his weapon and raise the barrel of the replica gun towards deputies in the moments before the shooting and the fbi is conducting an independent investigation as well. >>> we have a follow-up now on a story we first brought you last night. the alameda county sheriff's office announced it opened an investigate into a case of a senior care facility that may have been abandoned with 14 patients over the w
into the upper atmosphere. 39 in napa and 39 in santa rosa. the cloud cover will blanket off some of that heat we had for today even though it wasn't much. the daytime highs unreal. 10 to 15 degrees below average. 65 in san jose. and 64 expected in palo alto. in the east bay you are down about 15 degrees. 67 in walnut creek. that 67 in livermore that is optimistic. that is me trying to give you a nice day. 63 in the castro valley and 60 in alameda. 66 in sonoma and 64 expected in napa. the next thing we are pushing for is much colder weather as we mentioned earlier in the show. 33 in the north bay hills. and south san jose not at cold but a chilly morning. we have the halloween forecast. concerned about the kids on thursday for trick or treating. a few clouds and temperatures in the low 60s. i think you will be just fine. on the seven-day forecast we notice this roller coaster ride by thursday and friday, mid-70s and sunday and monday back down into the 60s. mother nature has put her foot down or high heel, summer is gone. any kind of heat. >> the monster boot is down. >> jessica wants a portable
pallbearers and church leaders in white robes at resurrection parish church in santa rosa brought the 13-year-old body's inside while a silent crowd watched. hundreds of people from all over the bay area are here. many came from an earlier protest demanding justice for protest. angry a sonoma county sheriffs deputy shot the teen because he had a toy rifle. people who know the lopez family says it's a relief to see so much support. >> this is very powerful. this is something beyond what i thought was going to happen. what i thought to be just as a
coming up. >> you indetails about the shooting death of a santa rosa teenager. what the deputy is saying about the moments before he opened fire. >> and emotional greeting at sfo. a scare in the sky forces this grandfather to wait a lot longer than planned to meet his brand new granddaughter. we'll explain. >> let's take a live look outside. a crisp start once again. it's halloween, thursday, october 3
of 2017 has a no strike clause. >> some 200 people gathered at the spot in santa rosa where 13-year-old carrying a replica assault rifle was shot and killed by a sheriff's deputy. they held the day of the dead observance in honor of the deputy. the deputy mistook for a real rifle. today is a mexican holiday that honors the very memory of those who died. the county leaders plan to address the concerns to tuesday's supervisor meeting. the boy's family said they will file a wrongful death lawsuit in federal court on monday. >> a prized possession from the law. live in san jose. tonight a giants fan wants a barry bonds autograph that was given to her when she was in the hospital bed more than years ago. her emotional story is next. >> also ahead at 11:00, does it go too far. the halloween costume that got employees suspended and why the punishment is not enough. >> throwing down tv. one unique approach that is flipping the switch on prime time programs. >> 74 today, but big time changes coming your way. i'm jeff ranieri. we are tracking the windy and also cold weather for the weekend. o
-old santa rosa resident is accused of prowling and attempting to pry open a win duo wearing only his underwear and socks. the alleged incident happened in july. >>> after months of legal trouble and the last few weeks in rehab, aldon smith is back on the 49ers tonight. the team reactivated its troubled linebacker late this afternoon. that means he's now eligible to play. the 49ers had deactivated him last month after he was arrested for dui and marijuana possession. he also faces three felony counts of weapons charges that stem from a party he hosted at a south bay home last year. the 49ers next game is november 10th, just two days before smith's court appearance to face a dui and weapons charges. coming up later in this newscast, 49ers insider matt maioco will address smith's future with the team. >>> still ahead at 6:00, more 49ers news. why the team won't be the first one to play in its own new stadium. >>> and what's making the students sick? the investigation that has health inspectors on the stanford campus. >>> and it's an old way to get around, but it's fueling san francisco'
to the streets of santa rosa again last night chanting "andy." they want justice for the teenager's death. last week he mistook the boy's replica gun for an ak-47 and shot lopez seven times. those marching believe the shooting was unnecessary, and they hope to make a change. the fbi is now investigating this shooting. >>> a man who walked away from a controversial care facility in castro valley is still missing this morning. his name is edmond baskum. here's a photo of him. investigators say one day after the valley springs manor was shut down, he wandered away. now, this here is video of family members picking up belongings from the residence last night. 14 members were removed after investigators say they were abandoned by most of the valley springs manor staff staff. only a janitor, in fact, and a cook were left behind. the janitor told us he did his best to care for the seniors, but had only workedçh# there f about two weeks and was not a care giver. >>> the south bay should a pig problem be solved with bullets. a pack of wild pigs is -- the pigs cause thousands of dollars in damage. you
of clover dale about 30 minutes north of santa rosa. police say the driver is a 75-year-old man who is cooperating with the investigation he is not believed to have been drinking, speeding or using his cell phone. the boys were transported to the hospital but their conditions not released. >>> new tonight, a family from brazil is in san francisco tonight on a frantic search for a loved one. they got a call from the missing man on monday saying he was in trouble and they haven't heard from him since. nbc bay area's gene ellie is live in san francisco where his sister is retracing his steps tonight. >> he had a bus ticket for a ride home to los angeles on sunday, but eighths here at the greyhound station say he never boarded that bus. we also know he called family on monday frantic telling them he needed help and was in trouble. that was the last time family heard from him. >> and eats a nice boy. he was not the type of troublemaker boy. he is -- he's really intelligent. he speaks four languages. >> anna rodriguez is desperate to find her brother. 23-year-old paolo netto. she and he
through santa rosa today hours before the 13-year-old who was killed by a sheriff's deputy is laid to rest. according to a facebook post on the justice for andy lopez page, two groups of marchers will gather around noon. one at the old court house square and the other at santa rosa junior college. both will march to the sheriff's deputy. a deputy shot lopez because the deputy thought boy pointed an ak-47 at him. the weapon turned out to be a replica gun. let's turn things over to meteorologist christina loren with a look at your tuesday forecast. a chilly start. >> it is. good morning to you. a live look at san francisco. symptom clouds overhead. now we have flight delays so keep that in mind if you are trying to catch a flight. san jose is looking pretty good. mostly cloudy conditions down here as well. but we should be clearing out at about lunch time. tracking a few showers, this is gilroy, highs cool, make sure you're ready for that. 67 in livermore, 60 in san francisco, seven-day outlook shows a warm up closer to halloween. >> things are slow in the santa clara valley. 101 through san
'm meteorologist, christina loren. make sure you are ready for that. 36, santa rosa. 37, napa. you can see mostly clear start to the day in san francisco. we are looking good there. otherwise, we are going to see a nice, sunny finish to the day. 71 in livermore. 68 in san jose. 70 in gilroy. the warmup continues as we head through the week. ship ran aground in 2012. >> people find out something that i tried to hide for two years from my life because this is my private life and i have a baby, and this is necessary for me to hide. >> reporter: on the night the "concordia" sank, she had been invited on to the bridge. now, dominique morton has finally conceded, reluctantly giving evidence in court that she was the captain's lover. >> the judge forced me to say something that is so private, and i hope that will help him or the process to go on. >> reporter: on trial, captain francesco schettino, who is 53 and is married, strongly denies the relationship, despite this photograph of them together enjoying oysters. speaking a year ago to nbc news, the captain said he was not with dominiqua on the bridge
this morning, a cool start but you might think 48 seems chilly in santa rosa. but actually we're running a little warmer thanks to the fact we've got some north winds across the north bay valleys this morning. that is leading to some temperature changes of about ten degrees warm they are morning, but that's going to start to go away as we see temperatures cooling off thanks to clouds spilling in this afternoon and cooler, drier air settling in over the next couple mornings. we could have some patchy frost in the north bay tomorrow morning. today highs low to mid-60s, increasing clouds, breezy at times. less wind into tomorrow morning, so we'll see 30s and 40s next couple mornings. afternoons will be trending a bit warmer and then next weekend a chance of seeing some showers. >>> walnut creek police are investigating two burglaries and an armed robbery that all happened in just 24 hours at a mall that's usually pretty quiet. we're talking about the palo ver decimal with lunardi's market is. it took just a matter of moments for a burglar to smash a glass door and bust into a thai restauran
in the north bay. 39 in santa rosa. 40 in gilroy. the marine layer offshore. we're starting out clear. by lunch time close to 70 degrees. you'll be at 67 at noon in fremont, 68 here in san jose. rounding out the day at about 76. 81 in livermore. 80 in fairfield and 77 degrees on the way to concord. san francisco meanwhile, hit about 73 degrees throughout the day. tomorrow we have changes. tomorrow&háhp &hc&hanges. will get windy into early sunday. good morning to mike inouye. >> the forecast looks wonderful. look, it's lighting up the cars, north 880 and south, jammed approaching 23rd in downtown oakland. we have a crash both directions have crashes in fact. blocking lanes in each direction. that's all the slow drive. 580 okay. fort 680 jams up because of the investigation. that will continue till past 8:00 a.m. we don't know when it will reopen. >>> it's 8:00 in the morning on today. me and my fellow "last vegas" co-stars are teaming up to help host the next hour. here's what we have lined up. >> driving across country in 29 hours. how they pulled it off. >> they will not be ignored. why most
and vehicular manslaughter. emotions are high in the north bay in santa rosa following the shooting death of a 13-year-old boy. hundreds gathered in winsor yesterday to pay respect to andy lopez. last week a deputy shot lopez seven times killing him. the fbi is now conducting an independent investigation. >>> whipping winds caused a scene in the bay area from toppling trees and knocking out power to overturning big rigs. the strength of the winds quite evident. at least one truck driver suffered minor injuries. >>> they died down a bit. let's look at the forecast with meteorologist christina loren. good morning. >> good morning, marla. the winds are dropping off. we saw gusts to 75 miles per hour through the altamont pass. this morning we still have pretty strong speeds that will be the case the next few hours. as we progress throughout the day the winds will drop off and the shower chances increase. best chance later today in the south bay and east bay. 63 degrees in concord, 61 san jose, it's going to be cold. then we warm up tuesday into wednesday, upper 60s to low 70s return. here is
to the streets of santa rosa again chanting andy over and over. they want justice for the teen's death. last week a deputy as we pointed out mistook the boy's replica gun for an ak-47 and shot lopez seven times. those marching believe the shooting was unnecessary and hope to make a change. the fbi now investigating this shooting. >>> right now a check on the halloween forecast. christina loren says perfect for getting all of the candy you can. >> that's right. trying to eat it all at once. that's a bad idea. good morning to you. as you can see here looking really good to start the day. this is from high atop san bruno mountain. looking really clear at this point. as a result all of that sun coming in so early, temperatures are going to be warm. 78 in livermore, 72 santa teresa, 75 in gilroy and 70 straight up in san francisco. trick-or-treating looks good inland, when the sun sets 65 degrees and the sunday outlook tells the story. tomorrow we peak, and drop off into the weekend. let's check your drive. >> good morning. things got wild in the south bay. number of incidents. the worst here is 101,
rosa. the thing we're going to be watching today will be showers in the north bay, sonoma county. this front will bring in cooler, d drier air. mid 50s in san francisco and tonight wind advisory up for bay area hilltops with gusts near 45 miles per hour. we could have issues with tree branches and the like. sunday cooler to start the week and maybe by thursday and friday, a real chance of rain. stay tuned. >> thank you, rob. it is finally over and the votes have been counted. bart workers approved the temporary contract which ended last month's strike. union leaders announced the ratification with the union approving the contract at 88%. go 2,300 employees were eligible to cast ballots. the workers ratified the deal and now the board of directors for bart has to give final approval. what the riders get, the riding public, is three years of no strike threat. the contract has a no-strike clause. >> terminal three at l.a.x. remains closed after mabb carrying a high powered rifle stormed the airport in a deadly rampage. the shooter is paul ciancia. a tsa agent was killed and at least
rosa. the strongest winds expected at the coast and through the higher elevations. highs look comfortable, upper 70s expected in fairfield with mid-70s, most of the inland cities and warmer weather into the week. let's check your drive. >> our camera in emeryville getting sun in the camera toward the direction, that's what's going on with these folks as well. approaching the berkeley curve. jammed up. folks having to slow down. the rest of the bay a different flow of traffic, the south bay, northbound routes kicking in early. speeds below 20 miles per hour. southbound 880 a crash at fremont boulevard has cleared. hayward, early congestion there toward the san mateo bridge. >> thank you. we'll have another update in a ;sráy >>> it is 7:30 on a pretty morning, the 4th of november, take a look at a beautiful sunrise. we want to see your beautiful sunrise. use the #todaysunrise and we may be able to show them on the air. i'm savannah guthrie along side matt lauer, al roker and natalie morales. ins news this morning, investigators are waiting to talk to the alleged gunman wgun ope
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